Arnold and Blaize By Nancy Cupp are free e-books available on instafreebie.
These two novellas are an Introduction to Driving in Traffick. Find out how Arnold gets to be a nasty bad boy, then read Blaize for the flip side of the story. They both tell the story before the story from different points of view.
Did you know that you can get thousands of books to read for free? No, I’m not talking about the library. I’m talking about the Kindle. Okay, this isn’t quite free–wait–don’t go away! With Kindle unlimited, you can choose from thousands of titles for $9.99 a month. That’s less than one print book, and it’s portable and convenient.
With Kindle unlimited, you can choose from thousands of titles for $9.99 a month. And you can try it for free for 30 days. That’s less than one print book, and it’s portable and convenient. No more lugging heavy books around.
You can either get a Kindle e-reader starting at $59.99 for the plain version (that I’ve been using for years) or you can get a much fancier model. (click the kindle above to go there) But if you don’t want to invest in a kindle, did you know you can get a free app for your phone or computer? http://www.amazon.com/gp/kindle/kcp With the phone app, you always have a good book to read in your pocket. Remember the last time you had to wait at the DMV to renew your driver’s license? Boring!
Even if you decide not to get Kindle unlimited, the Kindle or the app on your phone will save you a lot of money over print books. The typical print book selling for $12.95 (plus extra for shipping) will only cost you around $2.99, or often times it will be $.99. Really, can you afford to not have a Kindle?
What I really love about Kindle unlimited is that I have a set budget for my book habit. No more wanting to read that new book that’s out, but having to say no because I’ve already spent too much on books. As long as the book is enrolled in KDP select, it will be available for free on Kindle unlimited. (you have probably seen the $0.00 price for kindle unlimited users.)
The library is great, but you have to wait for new titles to show up if they show up at all. With Kindle unlimited, you get to be one of the first to read the new books when they come out.
Here is the link to check out the program. http://amzn.to/2r0hOgp
Why limit yourself when there is a huge library of new titles to choose from?